TechTarget News - Week of Oct 29, 2017

Ethernet switch market trends show 40 GbE losing share

The global Ethernet switch market grows, according to IHS Markit, while ThousandEyes focuses on device health and network visibility. Riverbed and Teneo team up on new service.

Bad Rabbit ransomware data recovery may be possible

Security researchers found a way to recover data locked by the Bad Rabbit ransomware without paying, and others said money might not have been the driver of the attacks.

Shell makes $200m saving with virtual learning environment

Royal Dutch Shell has saved hundreds of millions by replacing field trips with interactive training that allows employees to interact with geological formations from their computer screen

ONUG conference: SD-WAN and automation continue to grow

The 2017 ONUG conference focused on new uses for SD-WAN, the development of standards and offered a sneak peek into emerging technologies, like containerization and automation.

NHS England on the hunt for new CCIO

NHS England is looking for a chief clinical information officer to replace Keith McNeil, who resigned from his role earlier this year

SAVE Act attempts to bolster election security

Two senators introduced a bipartisan election security bill called the SAVE Act, which aims to improve voting infrastructure and harden state systems against attack.

Monique Shivanandan leaves Aviva

CIO has left the insurance company after more than three years in the role

What endpoint security systems do companies need?

This week, bloggers look into advances in endpoint security systems, achieving greater functionality with AirCheck G2 and the continued role of the command-line interface in an API era.

Go beyond GDPR for a competitive edge

By exceeding the bare minimum requirements set by privacy regulations, businesses can win customers by offering greater assurances, says a business adviser

Certificate authority business undergoes major changes

News roundup: Comodo and Symantec sales signal important changes in the certificate authority business. Plus, an Oracle vulnerability gets a CVSS score of 10.0, and more.

Researchers hack iOS 11 at Mobile Pwn2Own 2017

Security researchers competing at Mobile Pwn2Own 2017 used multiple vulnerabilities to hack iOS 11 in order to execute code and win prizes.

Riverbed SteelCentral update bodes well for partner Teneo

Riverbed unveiled enhancements to its SteelCentral technology, which forms the basis of partner Teneo's managed visibility-as-a-service offering; other news from the week.

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